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Casa Filipina Bakeshop and Restaurant in Phoenix. If you are looking to get some yummy authentic Filipino foods this is the place to go. For me, it takes about an hour to get here from home. And it is worth the trip.
What is that you say? You are not Filipino and have never tried Filipino food? Then you are in for a treat. This is definitely the place you want to put on your list. Owners Tess and Tony will make you feel at home as they describe the various Filipino foods. And if you still have room for desert their baked goods are.... Well, you can try them for yourself and like me, you will be coming back again and again....
On the way out be sure to tell them "MASARAP" This is a Filipino word, pronounced as "Mahhh-Sar-Op," which translates to "Yummy." And that is what you will find here. Lots and lots of yumminess.
Casa Filipina Phoenix is located on the SW corner of 35th Avenue and Thunderbird in Phoenix. You just might see us there too. :-)
3531 W Thunderbird Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85053
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- 222 days ago via site
Beef Caldereta Recipe: - Shared with us by FoodPino.com
Kaldereta which came from the Spanish word “caldereta“, simply means stew. It is a favorite Filipino dish especially in the Luzon area, which is originally goat stew and is cooked with tomato sauce, potatoes, liver spread, olives, bell peppers and hot peppers. It is another one of those Spanish-influenced dishes that came to be a favorite among Filipinos. It became so popular that many versions have been made, and other meat like beef, chicken, pork and even fish have been used. Beef is the most popular though.
Some cook their kaldereta with coconut milk and some cook it really hot…but I grew up loving the original version which is cooked in tomato sauce but is not too spicy. Kaldereta is a truly scrumptious dish that is served during fiestas, birthday parties, and other special occasions in the Philippines. It has lots of ingredients that all contribute to the goodness of this dish. But don’t get intimidated…as long as you have beef (or even pork), tomato sauce, liver paste, potatoes and bell pepper, you’re good to cook a simple version of kaldereta. That’s how I do it most of the time! :) But this version of Kaldereta that I’m going to share with you is the one that is usually served during special Filipino gatherings. It has all the ingredients that make it so festive and so delicious that you just can’t stop asking for more!.
3 lbs beef (chuck roast), cubed
1 medium-sized onion, sliced
4 cloves garlic, minced
½ cup tomato sauce
¼ cup banana ketchup
2 large potatoes, cubed
½ red bell pepper, cut into strips
½ green bell pepper, cut into strips
½ cup green olives
1 cup garbanzos (chickpeas)
1 small can liver paste (4oz.)
¼ cup creamy peanut butter
2 Tbsp pickle relish
2 pcs Thai chili, sliced and seeds removed (or more if you want it more spicy)
salt and pepper to taste
3 Tbsp olive oil for sauteing
½ cup pineapple juice
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 pc bay leaf
¼ cup soy sauce
¼ tsp black pepper
½ tsp salt
In a bowl, combine pineapple juice, garlic, bay leaf, soy sauce, salt and pepper. Marinate beef in mixture for at least one hour. Drain, saving the marinade.
In a large pan over medium heat, saute garlic and onion in olive oil until onion is translucent.
Add beef and saute until juice starts to come out. Cover and simmer for 10 minutes.
Add saved marinade, tomato sauce, ketchup, liver spread, pickle relish and half of the bell pepper (I love the crisp of bell pepper while eating my kaldereta but I also want the beef to absorb the flavor of the bell pepper, so I divide it into two and cook the first half with the beef and add the other half when the beef is already cooked). Mix well. Reduce heat to medium low and simmer with occasional stirring for 30-45 minutes or until beef is almost tender.
Add peanut butter, potatoes and the rest of the bell pepper. Simmer until potatoes are almost tender.
Add garbanzos, green olives and Thai chili. Mix well. Season with salt and pepper to suit your taste. Simmer for another 5 minutes.
Remove from heat. Serve with hot rice.
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- 357 days ago via site
I call this article "Filipino Food Overdose" Lots of Filipino Food Pics in this one. <CLICK> the folloing link to see them. Masarap! :-) https://www.facebook.com/notes/dr-daves-filipino-scene/i-call-this-article-filipino-food-overdose-lots-of-filipino-food-pics-in-this-on/455884637825251
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- 408 days ago via site
Longganisa is a Filipino style sausage with its perfectly combined ingredients of ground pork, vinegar, soy sauce, pepper, garlic, salt, and its casing. #Longganisa #Filipino #Recipe #Sausage #FilipinoFood #Food #Masarap #Sarap #DrDavesFilipinoScene #Philippines #DDFS #DrDave #Pinoy #FilipinoScene #Travel
- 408 days ago via site
Suman - If you come across Suman, then try to get it while it’s still warm. If made the traditional way, the Suman is really quite good.
Suman is soft, slightly sticky, but the banana leaf will save your fingers! Suman is almost like a naturally made candy bar.
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- 409 days ago via site